Roubideau Trail / Pool Creek
The Roubideau Special Management Area was named after a colorful French Canadian fur trapper named Antoine Roubideau who in 1828 became one of the first white men to enter the area. Roubideau entered southwestern Colorado along the Gunnison River, where he later established the Fort Uncompahgre fur trading station. His fort still stands today. It can be seen in the town of Delta, five miles east of the confl uence of the Gunnison River and Roubideau Creek.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||1,240 ft|
|Skill Level||Poorly marked You should carry a compass.|
|Season||Midsummer through mid-fall. The road to the trailhead is usually closed from mid-November through early July.|
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